Think "Firebase of crypto". Moralis provides managed backend for blockchain projects. Automatically syncing the balances of your users into the database, allowing you to set up on-chain alerts, watch smart contract events, build indexes, and so much more. All features are accessed through an easy-to-use SDK. All features Moralis provides are cross-chain by default 🤯.
Moralis is the fastest way to build and deploy dApps on Ethereum, BSC, Polygon, Solana, and Elrond (more coming). All Moralis dApps are cross-chain by default. Building on Moralis ensures that your dApp is future-proof even if new blockchains are invented as your dApp will instantly work on any chain.
Whether you are building your first blockchain project, or are already a seasoned developer - Moralis will make your projects easier to build, maintain and improve.
The video below explains more in-depth what Moralis is and how it helps your project.
We're excited for you to discover all the cool things you can build using Moralis with just a few lines of code. Before we get started, let's go over some important information.
The docs assume that you have some programming knowledge.
The docs are a work in progress and receive regular updates.
If you find something confusing in the docs or have suggestions for improvements let us know by posting in the Moralis forum.
If you find a bug in the Moralis SDK or server dashboard, please report it in this GitHub repo, along with a detailed description and steps to reproduce the issue. For technical questions, or if you need help with your code, then please create a post in the Moralis forum. If you're unsure where to post, then please ask by creating a post in the Moralis forum or on the "FAQ & How to Get Help" page.
If you're new to Web3 development, then please watch the following video:
For more experienced developers, then make sure to watch the following video on how to build a dApp with Moralis using Truffle and Ganache.
See the "Quick Start" section to guide you through setting up your first server with Moralis and how to integrate it with your dApp:
Or follow our guide on how to make a simple dApp in three minutes: